Originally Posted by bjfreeman
Yes C. You get a free library you can read on how to use the board.
It comes with header pins to you can put it on a proto board an wire to it. I use header sockets, so I can unplug the board for my different projects.
I use Eclipse as my IDE and tool chain.
here is the forum
Well, so far looks like this is my new choice
Do i need a new crystal to get the 168Mhz?
I hadn't done much research on what board/processor to get yet, but this is looking pretty much bang on what i originally wanted. I had been overlooking ARM so far because the last time i used one i had to program in ASM, and it made a job that should have taken a few hours take a few days!
I use Eclipse for Android software development.. maybe i should control my motor using the accelerometer in my phone :P
Thanks for the info though, very much appreciated